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Piskačová wins Jung Paper Prize

October 10, 2023

UNC PhD student Zora Piskačová has been awarded the prestigious Anthony Jung Award for Best Graduate Student Paper at the 48th Annual European Studies Conference, sponsored by the Unviersity of Nebraska at Omaha. Piskačová, who studies modern East Central Europe … Read more

UNC PhDs Offer Support for Rob Waters’ Groundbreaking Book

October 9, 2023

Dr. Rob Waters, a historian of Modern Britain at Queen Mary’s University in London, has just published his second monograph with Oxford University Press: Colonized by Humanity: Caribbean London and the Politics of Integration at the End of Empire. In 2021, … Read more

Raleigh to be Honored at Southern Slavic Studies

April 14, 2023

At the recent annual meeting of the Southern Conference on Slavic Studies, Professor Emeritus Don Raleigh was presented by six of his former PhD students with the first of three installments of a festschrift in his honor at a panel … Read more

Triangle Labor Seminar: Reeve Huston

January 18, 2023

Join the Triangle Labor Seminar for Reeve Huston’s presentation on a chapter from his manuscript in progress entitled “Who Regulates?  Trade Unions, Squatters’ Associations, Political Parties, and the Boundaries of Popular Self-Governance in Antebellum America” at the Love House (UNC) on … Read more

Fall 2022 Courses

March 28, 2022

HIST 051.001: Latin American Revolutions (First Year Seminar) Days and Times: TTh 11:00AM – 12:15PM Instructor: Miguel La Serna HIST 062.001: Nations, Borders, and Identities (First Year Seminar) Days and Times: TTh 12:30 – 1:45PM Instructor: Sarah Shields HIST 084: Monsters, Murders, and … Read more

Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 HIST 398 Undergraduate Seminars

March 11, 2020

Fall 2020 “Global Cities and Boom Towns” – Professor Chad Bryant “Monuments, Commemoration, and Memory” – Professor Fitz Brundage  “Leisure Time and the Making of Modern America” – Professor Jerma Jackson “Life and Times of Che Guevara” – Professor Miguel … Read more